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Old 03-17-2013, 03:31 PM   #3221
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:28 PM   #3222
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Right now I am about to have some Shreddies...this is the UK cereal that I bought for Steve for his birthday just gone....lovely cereal
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Old 03-18-2013, 08:48 PM   #3223
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Egg, cheese, bacon on a carb balance tortilla. I splurged and had about a 1/4 glass of orange juice. It was really good, and should keep me happy for a while. I've hit a little bump in the road, but I am still working on things. I am at 10# lost, and it is stuck there. I think I am still losing inches though, so I think things are ok. The weather is going to get nicer soon, and I will be out doing all kinds of things soon. Also it is easier once I am off for the summer and the stress levels are better. A good breakfast usually gets me going for a great day. congrats SB on your good breakfasts, and your total weight loss so far. Keep up the good work!
Thank you very much. I am feeling great! My last weigh in laast thursday at the doc. was 230#, nice switch from 285#. I am looking forward to getting under that 200#mark.

Todays breakfast was light wheat bread with pbj & some beef nuggets with coffee/creamer.
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:30 PM   #3224
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Thank you very much. I am feeling great! My last weigh in laast thursday at the doc. was 230#, nice switch from 285#. I am looking forward to getting under that 200#mark.

Todays breakfast was light wheat bread with pbj & some beef nuggets with coffee/creamer.
Wow! that is quite an accomplishment. Keep it up.

I had a brunch today. Kind of early for me to be eating. Around noon I had two poached eggs on an English Muffin. Should have tossed the second half of the muffin and just put the two eggs on one half. I ended up eating just one half of the muffin in the end. In fact I would have been happy with just the eggs. I can't beleive I ate that early in the day. I am still feeling full.
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:34 PM   #3225
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Wow! that is quite an accomplishment. Keep it up.

I had a brunch today. Kind of early for me to be eating. Around noon I had two poached eggs on an English Muffin. Should have tossed the second half of the muffin and just put the two eggs on one half. I ended up eating just one half of the muffin in the end. In fact I would have been happy with just the eggs. I can't beleive I ate that early in the day. I am still feeling full.
Thanks Addie!

They say for my height & age that I should be 135#. Not sure if I will make that!
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:51 PM   #3226
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SB, I started at 238 and I weighed in today at 228. I am 5'7" and should weigh in at 145 or so. I was that weight when I was 20 years old. I would be thrilled to get down to 185. Wish me luck. I've been working on it for three weeks now. You are a fantastic inspiration for me. Thanks for your hard work. Keep it up!!
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Old 03-19-2013, 02:35 AM   #3227
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Thanks Addie!

They say for my height & age that I should be 135#. Not sure if I will make that!
Little steps at a time. Let's get the next five pounds off first. Then we can work on the next step.
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Old 03-19-2013, 02:36 AM   #3228
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SB, I started at 238 and I weighed in today at 228. I am 5'7" and should weigh in at 145 or so. I was that weight when I was 20 years old. I would be thrilled to get down to 185. Wish me luck. I've been working on it for three weeks now. You are a fantastic inspiration for me. Thanks for your hard work. Keep it up!!
Keep at it chopper. We are all here to back you up. Ten pounds is a lot better than no pounds.
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Congrats, Chopper!

Today's breakfast is leftover skillet chicken thigh-green beans-carrot dish I made last night and served over chinese noodles, a mandarin orange, and a glass of milk.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:18 AM   #3230
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All Bran this morning
You really like cereal don't you?

I just bought 15 large packets of assorted Kellogg's cereal for R75 ($8.15)
Wish I was closer so I could send you some
A friend of mine gets it from a guy that works at the factory. The cereal is only in the packets that come inside the box but since we don't usually eat the box who cares?
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